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George Osborne scraps tax credit cuts completely in Autumn Statement U-turn

Autumn Statement 2015
THE chancellor has abandoned plans for the controversial cuts after huge pressure from opposition parties, the House of Lords and Tory backbenchers.

M8 drama as car bursts into fire in Glasgow city centre causing major delays

THE car burst into flames at Junction 15 of the M8 near Glasgow Royal Infirmary.

ISIS release chilling new video in English threatening UK for being part of a 'coalition of devils'

THE film also taunts America claiming that military operations in Afghanistan and Iraq have left troops "demoralised".

'Reckless' Police Scotland spied on journalist's sources and breached communication rules, watchdog probe finds

THE under-fire force didn't follow guidelines on five occasions while investigating sources.

Drink-driver who paralysed 2 young mums in high-speed crash has electronic tag removed to enjoy foreign stag do

BOOZED-UP bouncer Joe Morton posted up pictures and a video of him partying in Portugal weeks after after he was sentenced for ruining the lives of Amy Baxter and Hayley Jones.

World on a knife edge as Vladimir Putin warns Turkey of 'serious consequences' after Russian fighter jet is shot down

WORLD leaders are attempting to control the crisis after a Russian jet was shot down by Turkey and at least one of the two pilots shot dead after they bailed out.

Celtic v Ajax: Dutch police drafted in to target hooligans ahead of Parkhead clash to avoid repeat of Dam Square violence

Officer struggles back to his feet
POLICE have drafted in extra officers ahead of Thursday's match in Glasgow after the two sets of fans clashed in Amsterdam in 2013.

Black Friday shoppers told to 'grab a bargain.. not each other' as Police Scotland warn of arrests in the aisles

LAST year's bargains bonanza saw shocking violence break out in shops across Scotland and officers have warned they will stand for no repeat.

Russian pilot feared captured by Syrian rebels after his jet was shot down by Turkey is saved after dramatic 12-hour mission

RUSSIAN officials say that the Syrian army rescued one of the pilots shot down by Turkey yesterday while the other was killed by jihadists.

David Cameron's car crashes at number 10 ahead of George Osborne's Autumn Statement

A BUMP in the PM's fleet looks like an omen for the spending review.

Listen to dramatic moment Turkey warns Russian fighter jet to retreat before shooting it down

THE furious Russian president has broken off military contact with Turkey and dispatched a warship.

'I want you to die in this house': Child sex beast who battered his girlfriend rants at victim in 10-page letter filled with bile

Convicted child sex beast Stefan Readenour's warped letters
STEFAN READENOUR claims that the assault on the 21-year-old was her own fault for giving him “attitude” and forcing him to lead a “boring life”.

Masked gun raiders face jail after traumatising youngsters camping in woods during robbery

Parkin, McIntyre and Scott traumatised their young victims
COURT hears how the three thugs hauled the boys out of their tent, threatened to kill them and made them hand over money, phones and cigarettes.

Video shows moment white cop shoots black teenager dead as officer charged with murder

WARNING VERY GRAPHIC FOOTAGE: Jason Van Dyke, 37, shot Laquan McDonald 16 times, nine of which hit the 17-year-old in the back.

Dundee v Celtic in US is as pointless as trip across the Atlantic in the 60s, says ex-Hibs star Allan McGraw

THE former Hibs striker was part of the side that played in the States in the 60s and believes it is an experiment that shouldn't be repeated.

Andy Murray: We're comfortable to play Davis Cup final despite terror worries

MURRAY says that team are comfortable playing in Belgium despite former British No. 1 Tim Henman deciding not to travel for the final.

McDonald's launch Christmas menu including new burger and several tasty surprises

The line up of winter warmers from the fast food giant is available from 10.30am on Wednesday

Foot in mouth: Five times sports stars got on the wrong side of the fans

FOLLOWING Ian Murray's comments about St Mirren fans we've looked at five other times sports stars messed up.

George Best behind the scenes: The football icon remembered 10 years after his passing

George Best footballer with girlfriend Susan George on holiday in Majorca 1969exclusive
REMEMBERING the playboy prince of Old Trafford a decade after his tragic death, we look at some great rare photos.

'A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away': Google gets a Star Wars makeover with incredible new feature

ENTERING the famous slogan "a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away" will allow you endless entertainment.

Anonymous use Rick Astley to attack ISIS as cheesy 80s pop anthem is hackers' secret weapon

'HACKTIVISTS' are flooding the terror group's social media accounts with links to Astley's 1987 hit song Never Gonna Give You Up.

UK's biggest Christmas movie drive-in heading to Edinburgh in December featuring world's largest outdoor screen

THE Royal Highland Centre will host the magical movie event in the week leading up to Christmas with some of the nation's favourite festive films on show.

Mum shares heartbreaking last picture of toddler before she was raped and murdered by stepmother

LILY Furneaux-Wolfenberger, aged 2, was sexually assaulted and repeatedly smashed into the floor by Renee King because she threw a tantrum.

SSPCA warning as they investigate several cases of ill dogs being sold by profit-driven breeders

THE charity have been investigating incidents of unhealthy dogs being sold and have issued a warning to potential buyers.

Feminist blogger uses her own vagina yeast to make sourdough bread

Loaf of fresh bread
ZOE STAVRI has incensed many online with what she calls her 'slightly perverse sense of humour'.

Scotland's most expensive homes: Take a look at this week's country piles

WE all can dream.. and these stunning residences are what dreams are made of right here in Scotland. Take a peak inside this week's most expensive homes.

In Pictures: Past meetings between Celtic and Ajax ahead of vital European clash

Celtic captain Billy McNeill heads clear against Ajax in the club's European Cup quarter final clash in the 1970/71 season. Celtic won 1-0 at home but crashed 3-0 in Holland.
AJAX are the visitors to Celtic Park on Thursday night in the Europa League and we've got the best images from previous matches.

Rail workers set to vote on strike action that could disrupt Christmas travel

WORKERS on the Caledonian Sleeper to London will decide on strike action that could cause Christmas travel chaos.

John Brown thrilled as he represents Rangers at 70th anniversary celebrations of Dynamo Moscow visit

DYNAMO MOSCOW travelled to the UK 70 years ago and played Rangers as part of their tour.

Annie Brown: People need to research before they share racist propaganda on social media

ANNIE says it is terrifying the amount of people who will share a post on Facebook without checking its authenticity.


Lady C told not to slam Dunc again after calling Scot a coward for ducking I'm A Celebrity challenge

Duncan Bannatyne and Lady Colin Campbell were caught up in a soup spat
DUNCAN BANNATYNE'S gilfriend wades in to defend her man after soup spat turns nasty with Lady Colin Campbell launching foul-mouthed rant at entrepreneur.

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